AMOLED Display vs Super AMOLED Display: What is the Difference Between the Two

AMOLED displays are now used in many premium smartphones and can even be seen in mid-range phones as well.

But how is it different from a Super AMOLED display?

Which display is the best?

Does it use the same technology?

Calm down. All your questions will be answered in this article.

AMOLED Display vs Super AMOLED Display

An AMOLED display is an OLED display using active matrix wiring. An OLED display consists of individual light-emitting diodes which require a source of power to work and in an AMOLED display, an active matrix wiring is used to power the display.

In the case of Super AMOLED displays, it uses a more advanced version of an AMOLED display which integrates the touch sensors and the screen in a single layer.

When compared to a normal IPS LCD display, an AMOLED display consumes less power and gives out the best images.

But what about a Super AMOLED display?

A Super AMOLED display is even better than an AMOLED display consuming 20% lesser power and delivering 20% brighter display. The sunlight reflection will also be lesser by 80%.

This makes the Super AMOLED display better than an AMOLED Display.


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